If you're a technology-minded supermarket retailer and Wal-Mart Stores decides to enter your territory, what do you do? One thing might be to draw up a list of IT priorities that included solid applications for pricing, promotion and inventory management, as well as updated systems for advertising, marketing and promotion. Sure enough, those were the technology applications given highest priority for 2005 by the largest percentage of respondents to SN's 11th annual State of the Industry ...
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